bargain and sale deed

Definition of "bargain and sale deed"
  1. An agreement in which a transfer of a property's title occurs from the seller to the buyer due to a negotiated deal, causing the buyer to gain usage of the property
How to use "bargain and sale deed" in a sentence
  1. The property was transferred through a bargain and sale deed after a successful series of negotiations.
  2. They utilized a bargain and sale deed to ensure the new owner could legally use the property.
  3. The bargain and sale deed clearly outlined the terms agreed upon in their negotiation for the real estate purchase.

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